According to a meticulous post on fashion web community, fashin LiveJournal, fashion model Karlie Kloss booked the most international Vogue editorials this year.

With Kloss topping the list in the US, Italy, Mexico and the UK, it is safe to say that the model is defining the current international beauty ideal - at least in the Western hemisphere. Lara Stone and Sasha Pivovarova are following on her heels.

Kloss also was the most-booked runway model during New York Fashion Week last February and booked major advertising campaigns including Chloé and Dior this year.

As for photographers, Patrick Demarchelier was responsible for most Vogue editorials around the world in 2009.

The list, compiled by fashin contributor 'shrubrub,' includes the Vogue editions in Australia, Brazil, China, Spain, Germany, Italia, Mexico, Japan, France, Russia, the UK, and the US. Generally, it was noted that Brazil, Australia and the Asian Vogues like to keep their editorials 'among themselves,' i.e., predominantly use local models and photographers, while Vogue Italy's edition was by far the most diverse.

Most-booked fashion models in Vogue 2009:

Karlie Kloss
Lara Stone
Sasha Pivovarova
Constance Jablonski
Raquel Zimmermann
Daria Werbowy
Anna Jagodzinska
Eniko Mihalik
Jourdan Dunn 
Lily Donaldson
Natasha Poly
Iris Strubegger

Most-booked fashion photographers in Vogue 2009:

Patrick Demarchelier
Steven Meisel
Mario Testino
David Sims
Paolo Kudacki
Jacques Dequeker
Solve Sundsbo
Terry Richardson
Daniel Jackson
Mario Sorrenti
Alisdair McLellan
Alexi Lubomirski

The full post can be found at